Poet: Jeffrey Harrison
Music: Greg Piccolo and Bill Morrison
Opening Voice: Barbara Hill
2 pm (doors 1:15 pm)
Rain Date: Sunday, November 15 at 2 pm
Mystic Museum of Art - patio, 9 Water Street
The event will be outside on the back patio of The Mystic Museum of Art, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT.
Attendance is limited and all social distancing and outdoor regulations will be strictly adhered to.
Please use the Eventbrite link to reserve your seats now. Tickets are $15. If you would like to reserve a table for your group please let us know by email ahead of time.
We will have chairs and a limited number of tables available but you are welcome to bring your own folding/lawn chairs or blankets. Seating will be limited on the patio and with additional space on the lawn.
Feel free to bring your own snacks and refreshments but please note that this is an ALCOHOL FREE event. We will not be providing trash service.
Masks are required at the event. Once you are seated with your group, if you prefer to, you may remove your mask.
Rain-date: Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 pm. Doors open at 1:15.
Barbara Hill is from North Stonington. She graduated from Norwich Free Academy (69) and the University of CT. She has a Masters degree in creative writing from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Jeffrey Harrison’s sixth full-length book of poetry, Between Lakes, was published by Four Way Books in September 2020. His previous book, Into Daylight, won the Dorset Prize and was published by Tupelo Press in 2014, Incomplete Knowledge (2006) was runner-up for the Poets’ Prize, and Feeding the Fire (2001) won the Sheila Motton Award from the New England Poetry Club. His first book, The Singing Underneath, was selected by James Merrill for National Poetry Series in 1987.
Greg Piccolo and Bill Morrison
Former Roomful of Blues vocalist and saxman Greg Piccolo was born May 10, 1951 in Westerly, Rhode Island. At the age of 13 he was playing sax with a six-piece rock band, the Rejects. Two years later he joined Duke Robillard as a vocalist for the Variations, a British Invasion cover band. Piccolo rejoined Robillard in 1970 to create the first incarnation of Roomful of Blues, inspired by Buddy Johnson's R&B band.